Spinning: Delightfully Joyous Photos via “Humans Reaching High Levels of Orbital Angular Momentum”
You’re twirling. The warm sun is falling on your face, the soft grass is under your bare feet and an ecstatic child is beaming at you. That’s the sort of moment that makes us love summer.
No such a memory? Fear not! With a willing small human and a helpful friend, you can make your very own magic moment! (And a stunning photo record to boot.)
Position your friend behind you and the child in front, with your friend holding the camera above your arms and pointing it down toward the child. Select a slow-ish shutter speed of 1/15th sec to blur the background.
Altogether now: spin!
Once our giddy little subject is aloft, advise your friend to start snapping.
Review your photos, and repeat as necessary. (We’d wait for your head to stop spinning first.)
Thanks to reader Linda LaSut for the tip! Photo Credit: Philipe Tarbouriech
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